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Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« on: August 14, 2012, 07:01:38 PM »

Ok guys.
Since many of you are using street arbing, i m starting a thread about local bookmakers. Feel free to add some more.
Depending on where you live, you might be able to play on line also. Some hidden value here. However, i cant guarantee about their reliability.
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2012, 07:02:12 PM »

Austria

http://www.power-sportwetten.at/
http://www.fortunabet.at/
https://www.vierklee.com/
http://www.wettpunkt.com/wettpunkt/home/
http://www.admiral.ag/
http://www.tipp3.at/html/

Azerbaijan

https://www.etopaz.az/

Belarus

http://www.plusminus1.com/
http://www.marathonbet.com/en/
http://betcityru.com/
https://1xbet.com/
http://olympbet.com/

Bosnia

https://www.wwin.ba/
http://www.premier-kladionica.com/
http://www.bet-live.ba/sportBets

Bulgaria

http://eurofootball.bg/

Croatia

https://www.favorit.hr/
http://www.stanleybet.hr/
https://www.psk.hr/
https://www.lutrija.hr/
http://www.germaniasport.hr/
http://www.supersport.hr/

Czech Republic

https://www.tipsport.cz/
https://www.synottip.cz/
http://www.ifortuna.cz/
https://www.chance.cz/kurzove-sazky
http://www.tiptiptip.cz/cz/pages/uvodni-stranka/
http://www.maxi-tip.cz/
https://www.victoriatip.cz/cs/superhome/

Greece

www.opap.gr

Georgia

http://www.adjarabet.com/en/

Kazakhstan

http://www.golpas.com/

Latvia

https://www.optibet.lv/home

Lithuania

http://naujas.orakulas.lt/
http://www.triobet.com/lit/home_page
http://www.topsport.lt/

Norway

https://danskespil.dk/
https://svenskaspel.se/
https://www.norsk-tipping.no/

Romania

http://www.pariloto.ro/
http://web.stanleybet.ro/

Russia

http://tennisi.com/
http://betcityru.com/
http://www.marathonbet.com/en/

Serbia

http://www.atlantik.rs/

Slovakia

http://www.doxxbet.sk/
http://www.ifortuna.sk/
https://www.nike.sk/

Ukraine

http://www.marathonbet.com/en/
https://www.favbet.com/
http://www.parimatch.com/
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2012, 07:13:39 PM »

I have a serious question here and thx to Arbusers for opening this thread.
I was wondering ... if one makes X percent with online Arbing, I thought, one will make at least two times more with offline Arbing - OK, of course you have technical help and a good program. I think so, because the online "world" should work at least two times faster as the offline "world" does ... at least that's what I'm thinking.

Is my thinking wrong or is it true? ... can anyone with experience in offline arbing wite some notes in here?
I must admit, I have never been in an offline shop so far  ;D

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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2012, 08:11:20 PM »

I have a serious question here and thx to Arbusers for opening this thread.
I was wondering ... if one makes X percent with online Arbing, I thought, one will make at least two times more with offline Arbing - OK, of course you have technical help and a good program. I think so, because the online "world" should work at least two times faster as the offline "world" does ... at least that's what I'm thinking.

Is my thinking wrong or is it true? ... can anyone with experience in offline arbing wite some notes in here?
I must admit, I have never been in an offline shop so far  ;D



I have never tried this but I don't see why bookies wouldn't update their online and brick&mortar prices simultaneously. The only advantage I see is that you could place bets on books that have limited you. Maybe teamwork could pay dividends here. One arber in front of the PC and the others on the streets...
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2012, 03:16:29 PM »

No bookmaker will ever change it's line, just because an other bookmaker was beaten in a soft line.
Bookmakers wants to cover all possible outcomes and will move their lines in order to achieve it. If no-one bets for team A, then why change the line?
Street arbing is a different situation in every country. There are certain restrictions and rights that only residents of that specific country know.
Just to give a short clue.
Go in a streetshop with your i-phone and plenty of cash. When your alert service shows a rapid move, through that cash to bet, and immediately lay that bet with Betfair/Smarkets or whatever, via your i-phone.
Of course you could have even better conditions, depending on where you live.
For example, the shop owner could give you a landline, so no need for i-phone.
You could make an extra deal with the shop owner and ask for a % of your volumes.
You could leave your cash there, and do everything from home via phone.
And many other tricks like this.
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2012, 09:12:50 AM »

 I call this kind of arbing , sharbing. So, I have some experience with sharbing. In my country, is not so easy to make sharbing because everybody who goes there bet just multiple with a very poor balance (from 0.3 to 10 euro), so if I go there and want to bet 1000euro it is a red flag, your bet will be refused and the odd will goes down. But I had alternative strategy, to bet small stakes and repeat it several times, with spread time of 2-5 minutes. In some cases it is loss of time, but I do sharbing only if ROE is over 6%. The best ROE until now was 10%.







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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #6 on: August 19, 2012, 12:08:13 AM »

In Romania , there's also Parisport and Mozzartbet , especially in Bucharest.

They produce huge arbs like 3-4% , but the downside is that you need to pay tax on stake + winning over 600 Lei
(~177$).

In Israel , there's Winner (the only legal bookie) - shitty odds with juice over 10% and must choose at least 3-bet multiple.
The good thing is that it's possible to bet correlated parleys in NBA (like HT Handicap with FT Handicap). 
 
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2012, 10:45:04 AM »

Do they have shops?
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #8 on: August 23, 2012, 10:56:04 AM »

Polish shops are useless due to 12% upfront tax (stake-based) and consecutive winnings-based tax.

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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #9 on: November 26, 2012, 07:52:12 AM »

i have some questions for ppl in UK. Does street arbing works there, i heard no taxes on winnings, but i m not there to test it, do they change their odds simultaneously with the online odds? do they have any trick to avoid arbers? if someone can pm me would be perfect
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #10 on: November 26, 2012, 09:16:27 AM »

In Austria street-arbing is OK - no taxes, etc.
After Greece locks betting it seems Austria will become new punter's heaven ;)
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #11 on: November 26, 2012, 09:38:26 AM »

i have some questions for ppl in UK. Does street arbing works there, i heard no taxes on winnings, but i m not there to test it, do they change their odds simultaneously with the online odds? do they have any trick to avoid arbers? if someone can pm me would be perfect

They have very small limits per shop
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #12 on: November 26, 2012, 09:43:42 PM »

UK street bookies can't void a palp though!!!
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #13 on: January 14, 2013, 07:43:39 PM »

I am from the UK, and whilst not new to betting, I certainly am to Arbing so learning the ropes very quickly and in the research stage before I start seriously betting on this.

In the UK I have had no problems placing £1,000 single bets on English premier league games, and once you get your ticket you are guaranteed a win. In ladbrokes they took the £1,000 no problem with a massive smile on their faces and at William Hill they also could not wait to take it off my hands. Coral on the other hand phone it through to head office and then either offer you it or offer you the odds with a fixed stake.

English bookmakers also print coupons with odds that are always paid to you and do not change with the online odds movements.

And also we have an explosion of shops in our towns due to new fixed odds betting terminals where players can bet up to £200 per bet on casino games, but shops are limited to 4 per shop. It is claimed that these machines now cover all the bookmakers overheads, so they can open as many shops as they wish.

Within a 5 minute drive I can find 8 shops, all who would take your money no questions asked.
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Re: Local bookmakers and street arbing.
« Reply #14 on: January 14, 2013, 08:33:43 PM »

I'd be very very surprised if you've managed to get £1000 on an arb in a Ladbrokes or WH shop within the last 2 years. Anything over £100 will usually get a PTL call these days and you will be re offered your requested stake at lower odds.

And odds do change from the coupon....they cut very quickly these days.
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